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BASH Vessel Collection By Tom Dixon

Posted on Feb 23, 2017 by

Inspired by the desire for organic and spontaneous design set against a world of mass produced goods, Tom Dixon’s BASH bowls are formed from a single brass sheet, hammered and set into place by hand, creating an expressive manipulated form finished in lavish gold and luxurious silver. A sculptural object that is at once functional as it is decorative see how we style the BASH collection in Warehouse Home Issue Five!

Tom Dixon’s BASH bowls are formed from a single brass sheet, hammered and set into place by hand

Tom Dixon’s BASH bowls are formed from a single brass sheet, hammered and set into place by hand
Image courtesy of Tom Dixon

Bash vessel in gold-plated brass large, £300, Bash vessel in gold-plated brass small, £180, Tom Dixon

The BASH collection is a sculptural series that is at once functional as it is decorative

The BASH collection is a sculptural series that is at once functional as it is decorative
Image courtesy of Tom Dixon

Bash vessel in silver large, £300, Bash vessel in silver small, £180, Tom Dixon

Inspired by the desire for organic and spontaneous design the BASH collection is set against a world of mass produced goods

Inspired by the desire for organic and spontaneous design the BASH collection is set against a world of mass produced goods
Image courtesy of Tom Dixon

Tom Dixon offers an extraordinary collection of unique accessories, gifts and design objects formed from honest and resilient materials such as copper, marble, brass and timber. Find more Tom Dixon designs in the Warehouse Home Shop

Sizeable steel columns in this factory conversion were the inspiration for a bold, luxe scheme in midnight blue

Sizeable steel columns in this factory conversion were the inspiration for a bold, luxe scheme in midnight blue
Photography by Oliver Perrott | Styling by Hannah Franklin

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